CSE’s Unique Research on CSR Reporting Trends will be presented for the first time in Dubai.

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CSE’s research Sustainability (CSR) Reporting Trends in North America 2017 was recently presented in New York City, Toronto and Tokyo during CSE’s Global Certified Sustainability Practitioner Program and will be presented next in Dubai on the 26th & 27th of November.

The research has identified for the first time direct correlations between Sustainability Reporting and contribution to financial results. CSE’s unique research brought the attention of North American media with several publications. CSE’s Sustainability (CSR) Reporting Trends in North America 2017, along with last year’s findings on Silicon Valley, represent an ongoing commitment to provide timely and relevant sustainability content for C-level and upper management to corporations around the world.

Findings were presented for first time in New York City at the end of September 2017 during CSE’s Global Certified Sustainability Practitioner Program.  The encouraging findings were welcomed by CSR Executives from companies and organizations as diverse as Xylem, Coca-Cola, L’Oréal, HD Supply,Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Tridel, Microsoft.

If you want to find out more information on CSE’s Research, the 5 emerging trends on CSR Reporting and on our Certified Sustainability (CSR) Practitioner Program that we will host in Dubai, November 26-27, kindly contact us at: sustainability@cse-net.org.

Important insights include: 


* Those companies with the highest sustainability rankings had better financial performance than companies with lower sustainability rankings based on CSRhub ratings


* Poor adoption of the United Nations Sustainability Development Goals (SDGs).  Only 6.2% of the companies in the study integrated SDGs in their sustainability reports.

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